Labour market

Toward a Labour Force Strategy for Canada's Voluntary & Non-profit Sector (2008)

There is growing concern about the labour force challenges facing the voluntary and non-profit sector. There are more signs that organizations are less and less able to recruit the talent they need in today’s tightening labour market and are also experiencing difficulty retaining employees.

Get resource
Added: 
2008-06-17

Connecting to Workplaces (2004)

Validating Outcomes Demonstrations with Employers

From October 2003 to June 2004, Literacy Network Northeast conducted a job creation partnership project in Northeastern Ontario entitled the Workforce Skills Training project. This project involved hiring twelve researchers in eight communities throughout Northeastern Ontario. These researchers worked in literacy and basic skills funded agencies gathering information on entry-level jobs in the local labour market and creating job profiles.

Authors: 
Get resource
Added: 
2008-06-12

Connecting Supply and Demand in Canada's Youth Labour Market (2008)

CPRN Research Report

Canadian Policy Research Networks began the Pathways project in an attempt to shed more light on the paths young people take through school to the labour market and on the institutional and policy arrangements and values that support or hinder successful pathways.

Get resource
Added: 
2008-06-12

A New Brunswick Snapshot (1998)

The International Adult Literacy Survey (IALS) was a seven-country initiative conducted in the fall of 1994 to create comparable literacy profiles across linguistic and cultural boundaries. This is a report of a study that analyses the New Brunswick data collected for the IALS in order to better understand literacy in the province.

Get resource
Added: 
2008-05-26

Viewpoints '98 - Regional Analysis of Results (1999)

In 1998, the Canadian Labour Market and Productivity Centre (CLMPC) surveyed Canadian business, labour, and public sector leaders to explore their views on major economic issues and potential solutions, alternative work arrangements, demographic issues, and the current state of labour/management relations in Canada.

Get resource
Added: 
2008-01-18

Viewpoints '96 (1999)

A Survey of Canadian Business, Labour, and Public Sector Leaders

The Canadian Labour Market and Productivity Centre (CLMPC) is an independent organization which seeks to improve the dialogue between labour and business in Canada. In early 1996, the CLMPC surveyed 1500 Canadian business, labour, and public sector leaders to explore their views on major economic issues and potential solutions, alternative work arrangements, and the current state of labour/management relations in Canada.

Get resource
Added: 
2007-09-25

CLBC Handbook (2004)

Immigration & Skill Shortages

This CLBC Handbook includes:
- Trends in Immigration;
- Immigration as a Source of Skills; and
- Labour Market Integration ~ Issues and Challenges for New Immigrants.

Get resource
Added: 
2007-08-21

Gaining and Losing Literacy Skills Over the Lifecourse (2007)

This study uses data from IALS and ALL to explore how Canada’s stock of literacy skill evolved over the nine year period from 1994 to 2003. It employs a synthetic cohort analysis to document net skill change for various demographic groups for Canada and the provinces and to explore the individual characteristics that influence whether a particular group has gained or lost skill on average over the nine year reference period.

Get resource
Added: 
2007-08-10

Skills and Skills Shortages (2006)

The Views of Business, Labour, and Public Sector Leaders in Canada

Reflecting their concern about the skills challenges facing Canada, the Canadian Labour and Business Centre’s Board of Directors sought funding from Human Resources and Social Development Canada for a Workplace Partners Panel (WPP) initiative that would allow business and labour to take a lead role in examining the skills shortages and demographic issues, identifying their key features, and proposing directions for governments, business and la

Get resource
Added: 
2007-06-27

Where Did All the Workers Go? The Challenges of the Aging Workforce (2001)

This report concludes that both labour and management are waking up to the fact that they will face very real problems if they fail to start planning now to replace the loss of experience and skills from retiring workers. Forward planning by both unions and companies will have to address the skills needs of both companies and workers in terms not just of current needs but also of what skills portfolio would be appropriate in the future.

Get resource
Added: 
2007-06-20

Pages

© 2020 Copian Library